- Top Myths Bustedby Daniel Brouse 1. GMO Foods Are Bad 2. Sandy Hook Was a Drill 3. 9/11 Was a Government Conspiracy 4. Contrails Contain Chemicals (Chemtrails) 5. [Request your myth to be busted.] 1. GMO Foods Are Bad Humans have been genetically modifying foods for thousands of years. There is no evidence that eating GMO food […]
- Greenhouse Gas Levels at Highest Point in 800,000 YearsThe Membrane Domain has been conducting research on climate change since 1999. Don’t you hate it when this happens? The ABC, Australia’s public broadcaster, is reporting: The world’s top scientists have given their clearest warning yet of the severe and irreversible impacts of climate change. The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC […]
- Turning Water Into ElectricityIt is possible to turn water into electricity. Solar energy is one of the cleanest and cheapest ways to convert liquid H2O into steam. The energy in steam is 9 times greater than the energy in the same weight of boiling water. The math suggests that each gallon of evaporated water is equal to running […]
- Top Myths Busted
- The UT Methane Studies: Critique and ResponseBy Mark BrownsteinScience is a process of asserting a hypothesis, collecting data, presenting results, and then having those data and results tested by other researchers. Peer-reviewed journals routinely allow for comments on papers and responses by the authors precisely in order to ensure that knowledge evolves and the dialogue is part of the public scienti […]
- What the Water Sector Could Learn from the Electric SideBy Kate ZerrennerEach year, the nation wastes an estimated two trillion gallons, or about 14 to 18 percent, of its treated water through leaks alone. That’s a lot of water – enough to fill over three million Olympic-size swimming pools. We know smart water meters are a critical component to better understanding our water use, but smart meters are only one pa […]
- What the Water Sector Could Learn from the Electric SideBy Kate ZerrennerSource: Flickr/Hammer365 Each year, the nation wastes an estimated two trillion gallons, or about 14 to 18 percent, of its treated water through leaks alone. That’s a lot of water – enough to fill over three million Olympic-size swimming pools. We know smart water meters are a critical component to better understanding our water use, but sma […]
- The UT Methane Studies: Critique and Response
- January 2015 National OverviewPlease see January 2015 National Overview report for more information.
- January 2015 Global AnalysisPlease see January 2015 Global Analysis report for more information.
- January 2015 DroughtPlease note that the values presented in this report are based on preliminary data. They will change when the final data are processed, but will not be replaced on these pages.
- January 2015 National Overview
- New Earth science missions expand view of our home planetThe Global Precipitation Measurement mission produced its first global map of rainfall and snowfall, from April to September 2014. The data map combines measurements from 12 satellites and the GPM Core Observatory, launched Feb 27, 2014, covers 87 percent of the globe and is updated every half hour. Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. Download t […]
- New Earth science missions expand view of our home planet
- Wildfire in Southern ArgentinaA wildfire in southern Argentina threatened ancient forests in Los Alerces National Park.
- Wildfire in Southern Argentina
Tag Archives: White-Nose Syndrome
By admin | Published: February 17, 2012
“We have found sick, dying and dead bats in unprecedented numbers in and around caves and mines from New Hampshire to Tennessee. In some hibernacula, 90 to 100 percent of the bats are dying.” White-Nose Syndrome: A Devastating Disease of North American Bats Current News See map at bottom of page White-nose syndrome spreads in […]